Former Pres. Jonathan and Diezani face probe over $6.9m campaign stages

The ongoing probe of former Pres Jonathan's administration by President Muhammadu Buhari is to find out the  dealings behind the alleged purchase of 3 mobile stages, that cost $6.9m, Presidency source has said.According to a document, which was obtained from the Presidency on Saturday, the deal, which is now a subject of investigation, was allegedly carried

Photos From Tonto Dikeh’s Traditional Wedding Ceremony

Here are the photos from Tonto Dikeh’s Traditional Wedding. Controversial Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh had her traditional wedding ceremony on Saturday, August 29,2015 to her boyfriend, Churchill Oladunni in Port Harcourt.

Photos: All hail the upcoming BlackBerry ‘Venice’ slider in it’s full glory!!

Numerous leaks have surfaced on the internet about this upcoming Blackberry Slider. The likes of @evleaks have already revealed lots of teasers for this device, but we’re yet to actually see real images of this device until now. Behold I present to you, real life images of the Blackberry Venice!!

Stolen funds: Buhari, Jonathan may clash again

There were fresh indications, at the weekend, that President Muhammadu Buhari and his predecessor, Goodluck jonathan may be set for anotherclash regarding the recovery of stolen funds from the nation’s coffers, Sunday Vanguard can reveal authoritatively. The post Stolen funds: Buhari, Jonathan may clash again appeared first on Vanguard News.

Nigerian Military Not Involved In Human Rights Violations – DHQ

The Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has faulted a report credited to an official of Amnesty International that military personnel are involved in gross violation of human rights and torture in the North-east. According to a statement issued by its acting director of Information, Col Rabe Abubakar, the military explained that the

Abia Guber Tribunal: APGA Suffers Set Backs

The governorship election petition tribunal sitting in Umuahia has struck out the application by counsels to the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) for four days extention of time to enable their witnesses give testimony. This is even as the tribunal had earlier in the week also refused APGA to tender

Mr President steps on the gas pedal

If there is one thing Nigerians agree with without any acrimony, it is that we do not do things in half measures. We are committed and passionate about whatever we do. We do not take prisoners in expressing our thoughts on the state of affairs in our country.

Wike was a notorious bribe collector, says Amaechi

Okafor Ofiebor/Port Harcourt Chibuike Amaechi Former governor of Rivers State, Chibuike Amaechi has stated that his successor, Nyesom Wike has no basis of tainting him as a corrupt person because he sacked Wike as his Chief of Staff because he was very corrupt and well known for hassling companies for

Meet the twin boy aged four who insists he’s a girl

Standing side by side, twins Logan and Alfie Symonds couldn’t look more different.While four-year-old Alfie loves ­dinosaurs, fire engines and cars, Logan prefers sparkly dresses, wands and Frozen’s Princess Elsa.The twinsBut what makes their differences all the more striking is that these two are brothers.

SGF: I Never Spoke To Any Media Organisation – Amaechi

Former Rivers State governor, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, has denied speaking to any media organisation in respect of the recent appointment of secretary to government of the federation (SGF) by President Muhammadu Buhari. Amaechi, in a statement issued in Port Harcourt yesterday by his media office, described as ridiculous and meaningless,

Police Commission Elevates 260 Police Officers

The Police Service Commission, PSC has approved the promotion of 260 officers to various ranks in the force. The spokesman of the commission, Ikechukwu Ani made this known yesterday in a statement in which he said the chairman of the commission, Mike Okiro, said the exercise was to encourage the

In praise of the maligned Peace Committee

Very few issues in Nigeria had generated so much heat, and so little light, as the recent visit of the Peace Committee to President Buhari and the interview which Bishop Hassan Kukah granted afterwards. The post In praise of the maligned Peace Committee appeared first on Vanguard News.

Tax evasion: FIRS to go after 325,000 companies, persons

The Federal Inland Revenue Service would soon go after multinational companies, corporate organisations and individuals who are evading payment of taxes in the country. The move, according to SUNDAY PUNCH’s investigations, is part of a renewed effort by the agency to boost tax revenue to fund the programmes of the

NNPC recommends sale of refineries, Buhari disagrees

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation has recommended the sale of the nation’s three refineries in Port Harcourt, Warri and Kaduna due to some challenges the agency described as critical elements, which may continually hinder their effective operation in the hands of the Federal Government. NNPC has equally finalised its position

Appointments: Buhari, APC move to pacify S’East

There were indications on Saturday that President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress had begun moves to compensate the South-East for not getting any appointments so far in the current administration. SUNDAY PUNCH reliably gathered that some states in the geopolitical zone might get more than one ministerial slot.

Buhari’s appointments signal ‘return of the old school’

Appointments made so far by President Buhari are already signaling the ‘return of the old school’ to run the affairs of the country, at least in the next four years. In his usual ‘sudden’ and ‘unsuspecting’ manner, the President last Thursday, appointed Abba Kyari as his Chief of Staff and